US-based Big Fish Games Inc., known the world over as the developer of the highly engaging and top-grossing Big Fish Casino, has added the “Sweet Stacks” slot game to its collection of Luxury Slot (LS) titles. The game is the second to launch under the LS category, a follow through to the first Big Fish LS Slot released earlier this year, the “Phoenix Rising.”
The “Sweet Stacks” social slot will likely appeal to social casino gamers who came of age when “Twin Peaks” was the most popular TV series aired. As a non-conventional slot game, it casually adds elements lifted from the popular 1990 TV show, including its own version of the endearing Log Lady who habitually carries a small log in her arms. Still, the game is sure to attract casual casino players from 18 and above, as the game’s hungry furry customers earn chips if they hit the stacks of sweet treats being served at the Twin Pine diner.
The “Sweet Stacks” title is available at the Big Fish Casino and currently for iOS compatible devices only, although the game will also launch for Android, desktop and Facebook gaming platforms in the near future. This latest Big Fish Casino slot addition has auto-spin function, a full screen interface featuring 25 payline patterns, and memorable amusing moments that “Twin Peak” fans will surely appreciate.
Carey DiJulio, Vice President, and General Manager of Big Fish Casino remarked that the “Sweet Stacks” Luxury Slot embodies the combination of slot play and unique, good humored and ingenious content that Big Fish games are known for. DiJulio is proud of the company’s distinctive content portfolio and its significance in the growing social casino market, to which she quoted the latest Eilers Research that the latter is estimated to reach $2.7 billion this year.
“Sweet Stacks” is a great addition to Big Fish Casino’s collection of non-traditional casual games that merges the mechanics of conventional casino favorites such as slots, blackjack, video poker, craps, and roulette in bringing bonus rewards, albeit in the form of virtual casino chips.
Former RealNetworks executive Paul Thelen founded Big Fish Games, Inc. in 2002 in Seattle, Washington, as a provider of Internet media delivery software and game services. Today the company enjoys an undisputed reputation as a supplier of first-rate downloadable casual games, free to play browser games and operator of a social networking site for casual games that include the top-grossing Big Fish Casino among its collection of diverse offerings.
The company develops games for personal computers, Mac clients, iOS, and Android mobile devices, which it sells through retail outlets and via online stores. To date, Big Fish Games has a catalogue of more than 3,500 original PC games and over 450 mobile games, of which more than 2.5 billion have been distributed to customers originating from across 150 countries. Its different game genres are characterized by game plays involving the elements of adventure, dress-up games, farming, hidden objects, gambling, match three, and mystery.